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Re: nematodes

Derek is right....

I recently "released" 20 million predator nematodes into my plant pots and on my property...

It didnt do jack!

aroid-l@mobot.org wrote:

I don't know whether I picked up the reference from 
this group or from somewhere else, but the following publication is a nice 
introduction to biocontrol (and makes it clear that Heterorhabditis has not been 
found successful against ants) 
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Try University of Florida sites for some stuff on 
fireant control - they have a great creature from South America under test that 
eventually takes the head right off the ants. It couldn't happen to a nicer 
Fort Lauderdale Zone 10b 

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